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1864, Constitution and ordinances
1864 Constitution of the State of Virginia and the Ordinances adopted by the Convention, printed by D. Turner, in Alexandria. This version was
passed by the Unionist government of the state of Virginia (Alexandria government), in exile during the Civil War. This constitution officially
abolished slavery in the state, although voting was still limited to white men. An official repudiation of the Confederate government, and barring of any
Confederate official from public office, was also included. See LLMC #22271 for a variant document. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title
originally held by the Library of Congress).
Title:   Constitution of the State of Virginia, and the ordinances adopted by the Convention which assembled at Alexandria, on the 13th day of February, 1864.
OCLC Number:   804037025
Available Volumes
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Vol. 1YesNo